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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE POOR THE UmaWUDCE DATtt HKRALB SATURDAY, AUGUST Xetbbrlbge Detalb Blbcrta DAILY AMB WmsJKLY i a CKI LETHiMMK NIIlAL.0 PRINT- INQ LlMlTID WrMt fcrtrfh, LtthkrMft W. A. fmdfeait wd XuKiac HraetM WU oau- Httarhl OBteo sitter was ehot with a rlile In his ande woald never have occurred had here "been a strong bind at the belm t Ottawa. Premier Borde'n'should hurry home {on thi Country Jit for no other iton thai to pfoVlJe a policy to put stop to the wave of Industrial un- rest sweeping over Canada, and to put a min al tho head ot the labor de- larUneat who has the and the itiengh to put the policy into effect. par wwk OaUr, aj mail, yaar WaaUy, naU, par .Waaktr, bj par year Bataa af y aar aallr aai-a4dnaa laM. Await- aM4 pasws Jta usintkai k av aatborilr to cantlcus tha THE PROGRESS OF THE.WAR. Snddu and surprljln; the allied alfeMlve'on Ttmriaay wu, It is inora SBrprlsteg than the' manner la which Ssaj bare able to keep .1 up tie adrsnce and pnt tie Germini In Soamraa salient to utter rout. otfaislTe reacbed a deote joint j-esterdai- In. tie recapture Soiasoni from the many-jrlsonws and a-large auan fltorea. Tie adrance is continutni section has wrested from iia eabtur vu his tide tha Aficre 'rifcr. :.THE SHORT GRAIN. all'districts In the soatl It that many farmers with thori crcpi are toins to harrest them even If tfi 'returns are not more" than' two .0: ti'ree bnibels to tie 'acre, .and they are baying headers or making thei in order to save tils short grain' V 'TM {trailers'who aie'dolnt this ai 'PICKED PASSING Albarta hai a slim Bntrou ad mHa that, tint tt Bon Taaa j mt sttoold flodearor j what >e'iaT6 'anl The SHOULD PROTECV r LITTLE BOW FARMERS. v It appears' that, after much prod- ding, the piovlncial government final- y decided to do something to relieve he- -water shortage caused by the dry- Ing-up of the Little Bow River, and a diversion from the High River to the Little Bow being made. Criticism ot ihi has boon made, however, -because ot the delay and also because the diversion not-being made permanent. It would appear tint tho criticism is warranted, to a large eitent, at least. It Is tha duty ot the provincial govern- ment to look after the Interests of the farmers and ranchers in such a crisis as.that .caused by the failure of the water in tie Little Bow. Th9 government rose to the occasion in a splendid manner in the matter of ee- curing hay and pasture for the stock in tMe eonth. To have exhibited a iiie Interest1 In' .the needs of the' Little Bow farmers mly have been what one vrould- There are tome bead ot cattle in the dis- tTiatatfecte'd and these' are well worth Baring. It would he in order tor the ernment to settle ou a permanent pol- icy wjfh regard. to-the Little Bow. This 'stream dries'up in the- dry seas- ons, and also freezes'.to .the .bottom in the winter. A permanent diversion of the'Highwood" River is needed to overcome this trouble and the provli clal goternme-nt should cee that It Is done.jWhether It is a Dominion gov- 'ernment'matter is not worth quibbling OTer. The provincial government aee'that the interests ot the farmers'of tha'-pnrrtaca are protect- ed. Hamilton is to Introduce'' P-A-Y-E- cars August 6. Lieut. Gewther of Listou'el. hall been, killed actloa. ,i'V- Six-tons'ofBugaf will bo rejeasfd weekly In England for the making of ginger beer for men in llnplate works, H; H. .Wood, of Edmonton, ft.'ret ed Eoldior, wa? fatally injured by Jumping from a flre truck. He is 30 years and married. Alvin, R, -Nemstead, a resident 6f Brantford, 'died'of heart falluro while- bathlng'ln tho Grand River. He leaves a wife and two The official journal announces that the Spanish court will go Into mourn, ing forj30 days for Nicholas Romanoff tormer.einperor ot.ltwssla. _ .-_ Safe arrival -'of first two contingents of the Jewish legion "ivas-Nuanounced by the Zionist organisation ol America. J. L. E. HanrlmaS. ono of the "proprie- [ore of. a hotol'atHvUmlpeg wasjfraed flOCO'ln police courfjor bootlegging This, is tie largest'fine; ever imposed under the Temperaric'e act Joseph D. Oliver, son Bead ihultl-mniloiialra has resigned his position. In Ihe'-war trade board to jolr the army, cantonment at .Camp Meado .Mr. OHver draft age and employee _q: the .'war trade board iiaB con slderable conunenL C. Charles worth of Edmonton has been elected a member of the En gineering Institute of Canada. Since 1913 Mr. Charlesworth has been de- puty minister'and chief engineer o the department works -VI berta iL pub low ta XJanaia In any we can the meant a pabrloilc i em'nection H is Inr are en tie market irhich'are.espe'clallr designed for aarrflfttfng ahort rrala, it an ordlnarr binder and eqorp H to do tie work. The Maiiey Harris Cfltopant has rwued'a.bullalla the method {p be uied canioot vouch for its efficiency, bat it'sboild'TOk, M H along, a Wai' Take tie binder head off.-yoizr pat on a flax! attachment, core? flax attachment with canvae and drop la bnaches fit up a rack a header box and fitack. By put ting old aeltlng on reel slats wtil hels to throw tratn on platform By Oiia a larger percentage 01 short graJa oan be layed, and ftT baabels of irheat will pay for thi atta chmant and tare twine. WOEFUL WlAKNCM IM LABOR DCPAKTMsTNT. Tkat than fj something; woefully weak .about the Dominion. Govern whole -labor prof ram and pol ley evidenced the (rents of th p4it tew weeks Since (fries Cssi has witnHted a wrttt at atifkes from ou coast to tbe other which bas no oily !cet the country mlllieM In th protection, thaa weakening our effort In the war, but has drawn attention away from tie one great jorpcee of -winning the war, cantoris; It InrUad In our iqrfabblea li oven'conntry tfcousuis of frets the seat of Contrasting Can with the .United States or Br iteta In thh regard showa h) a, ptti ful lliit, which calls for some d ra- tio ebufea at Ottawa, H that the whol i MM of Hon T W aalaltter of labor He It ni _ nsrer wai an W Tnr not shelve aim l'J ftate hwteiK- a aa A a humanItarla Crotbers ai. repeated tt 1-tMsai'of labor dtpartnus taC lassl ew very fe" being made fn war time i John McCoy, of .BrantfoH, an oh man, bent with figc, "and a veteran o the Indian Mutiny, having eained twx mtilaU for honoiable service, appear In" the police court on a s.erioqri al charge, preferred the parents of a llltlo girl 3 W Bonlby, who ap peafed for for a toman" pending an eiamfnatlon Into hfs' mki. U1 condition.'.Whiie serving itt'.Itidfa be suffered from sunstroke. While driving oui" with bis little li year-old son and friend on the Kora' road near 3ault Sto. Aiarlo, Robert 3. Master Mechanic of tho Do- minion Tar and' Chemical Company met nlth an accident, which'. Te'suUm Jn death of his little boy and ser- ious Iflfurlts to himself AUIEH Pau) allki In a cripple already badly n1 Owwax in Uwlr ratraat to- ward RAPID GAINS. London, Aug. the fall of SolatORa, Reutsr's'corraapand. ent at'' French Vint, Frtrich headquarters' ro- tha names of villages' and with almost tnohotonoua' regularity. "Pleuler he conthv' "which abuts on the Cha- teau-Selesons road was .turned In the day and the surrounded., This wood waa the cs'ntra'. of the enemy reslat. 'ance'sn'd the fight for it wai traordlnarlly bitter. Farther north Bjrtlari troops crossed the So- luona-Chateau-Thterry Road and prtulng forward through the Controls Wood, were soon more than a mile east of Vilte Mon- .COMPLETE COLLAPSE. London, Aup.'. capture of Le Pleasier-Kuleli Ridge by the allies Thursday- was expected as' a result of the rolling Jip-of the 'enemy line north'of Solssons and the around PI" lier.wiod, wnjch had been a great' obstacle to the" allied advance: iTnVsituatlon now Is' that the Germans are facing west and the -'alllea are sho'ptlng'at the enemy's and enfilading; him down'.the part.of the Crise Valley: if Is believed that the enamy's retreat will be continued, and that he'Tcannot avoid" an'eventual re-1 -trftflade move txhind.the'Alsne or Veale which could mean tha collapse of Crown Prlnce'a offansive at least until when the.1920 class will, be'put in the field. This class will In- clude four hundred thousand men and possibly might. Kelp to ster. up the at present defeated Germans. 'CAVALRY PATROLS. London, Aug. In March of last year the French army la ad- vancing In'pursult of the enemy .with cavalry patrols far In ad- vance, while the hone artillery, and'the engineers accompany.the Infantry. fallen hearvlEy, all day and the roads are tn a state' which sensibly retards the paca of oiif advance.- f The .description "given :by the' correspondent of the Berlln'Tafle.' blatt of the devastation of villages and farms by the enemy fs and the destrucil'on '''the Germans boast of Is'all the Ge'iv mane gamed by three great offen cost them hundreds of thousands, of killed, wounded. and prisoners. BPfflSH ADVANCE. Aug. pat' forward In the Albert north of the Somme, and occupied parU.of German i the war; off Ice announced today. HETJHfi AT ALBERT.' London, Aug. 'Germans' Guaranteed Furnace Results sufficient volume to warm thai hossae, distribution to all the mom in tta right quality- to faep the baste a We for fud, minimum cflort in amal smoke, mh'or gaai aM, are the results you have 'a rifht to earpect from your furnace? Those ere What you should oln getting from it. The Sunshine Furnace, inaUllod the MoOauTr'. wmy( gives those results. It. his been getting -thoag naultt in Liuj'kiad of and building throughout Canada for yean. '.The Sunshine Furnace when installed thiifcCliir with tfie absolute' th4t jroii wffl sret reaulta. -t.'i Enfineerint Sajnribi FWei. mtatf. (o clve you iree cdriM oo TOUT h a m Sunshine 'furnace London 'Calgary .Toronto Kootral St. Jota, N-B-' Hamilton VftncoaTtr Saakatoon- DIXON SHEET METAL CO. to the cast bank of the In the three or four mills, according to news in Lon'den'tooay. cutl The U.S. war department has order- ed locomotivea rail- ng a-Iocal ways_in-France from toe Baldwin Locomotlto Works at a to about wa> total oaat o'g annolncelf to-day. About freight, can tor service In France, costing about: OOO.OM v.111 be ordered within a f IT" ment for land In, Kernel, Cal., 'the actor has a ranci; fS Far from hla native Soulh African kraal, Ciarlcs Cetewayo, a mining en- gineer, who (Claimed, to be a Priuce loyal of Zulu aon' of. the .late Cing Cetewayb of a-'pro- egee of piss'ea away n the hospital at Brockvllje to which was admitted on July 3, suffering rom an c- r Two. and possible three persons, are believed to have lost their lives in a ilorm Beach near Vinolpeg almost .without warning. Search a''motor boat-'ind .wo or three open boats located' -an lutumei) boat within a mile of J tho leach. It is thought that there ,wo or three men In ?The storm assumed cyclonic proportions and was accomjanled by' ball. .4 When hay land it as scarce as it Is :hts season, famwrfl cannot afford to lave their from which ex- pect to oMaln wlr.icr fodder, it'ien off by etock and an enemplary ftae'of and costs wai Inflicted on C Uanion, a In ,the_01ds district, ifhea tbe accused pleaded guilty on July 26 to having allowed hli bands of iheep to. destroy tie growing hay on laid belonglni! to E A Ilg, a neighboring fanner The privy "council 'has dismissed wllh costs tio appeal of Reglna city versus McCarthy, which'. following Can a pVrson of a faith of tno minority frho have estab- Hihed a achool dtlrkt de mand lhat he shnild be entered is a puMIc school supporter? The case de- pended cntlrclr upon the- o( three the School Act, the As acssment Act, and the City Act. The remuneration of tbo Bank o England for Its BerwM to the govern ment, agreeiaant en (ered upon In" '189'i amounted before tho'war to abont yearly? In creased to fil.oOO.UOO fof' the fiici year 1516-17, according to tbo repor of Ike SpecfaliCbiamMee on expenditure. As CAnmltfee Ao4 not believe such a remiinertlron jui tldcil, the bank.kas to crtle into a revised Agreernent for tbe pel iod ot wtikh would secure reduction for the yea iulT-lS end a larger reduction forth" current yesf unleij new cocdillon arise PRESBYTERIAN Kaox Chnrek Corner 4th Avs. and tth .Vraet 9. Rev. Capt. A. H. Denoon, Pastor W. F. Burns. Acting Pastor. During Augnit thet.evenlng wilt be held at S :0 a m.. Soys Department. 130 a m.'Bltf Sitters' Bible nn Bible Cl 1-" t M tMparf School f pn Class. Sun THE UNITED CHURCH OF NORTH LETHBRtDGE ti Hasina, B'A. 1'Mn Aye. N. Rhine Commnnton -Service ,morning and evening. intercVs'BOry service morning. [Oam Class meeting for boya and fills 10 a.m Boys Department of the S. S. In tbe Hell. 1.00 p.m.: neglriners and Primary De- partments et tho S.S. In the Hall. 2.0D p.m.: Girls Department ft S, In the Church. 3.15 p.m.: Adult Department o! the S, S. in the Church. Hev. Curtis.will give an address. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Hull. I. tervtce at 11 am i "Love! -MlTHODIST 1 Rev, Chas. E. Cngg, B. D, Paster. .Rea'dence 320 Uth St. 9 Phones: Chjirch Study 408 lause MUJ Director 11 am Morning Worship 'n the Sjjofday ficKoot or Jciestra (V 12 noon BIMe Srtiool anil Class es with Dr Rivers In charge 3.30 p.m.: Monthly Bap I lam service 7.30: Evening Subject: "The Uplifted Christ, the greatest Magnet of the Ages" v BAPTIST Pint Ckwrck Car. sm Avs. antf Mti Rev. aad Morning service, 11 a m Evening 780 pm Cbmmiinlon Service after evening set vice Mr. .E. A. Robcrtton, of Aeadla nnl- veralty, N. win con- duct these Mrricei. Sunday School will meet after tkt ANGIJCAN 7 St. CyajrtMTB Church Cer. lltn Strett and" Canon W V, MeMllltn, A, Rector a. m. Sunday :.r.1 Bible Clxsaes, S p.m. EVENSONG pm. and IM 8in- 'di'ys at S.Mi iM and 4th Sundays at 11 a m Sandaya at 4 p.m. PENTECOSTAL The Siictiiy .School Is closed during July and August Wasfnaatay Evtnlnfl, Testimony siMV lag a( readlnn room Is own tof etpt 9wday cordially Invited to at tk< ekarcb servlcta, Tklt _____ 205 8t' N Rev C M, Pjstor M. N. Services Sunday, 1030 and 730'pr Taesdaj and Thursdays 8pm Kvnngellst R.'J. Ing t iH A Htirty Welcome to All. ChrMiMi Chortfc r i Or. Ollvar L. tutor Seventh ttreet.Soutt School at saarp are 'Ipokllll Tor Preaching at SI 38, Subject, Coirlirlsnd and Our Moral Duty." Bveolng at 7 30 "f Qod'a EUrnal Public Cordially CHRISTADEtPHIANS Meet In the Moose Hall, Hlginbottaaj Block Entrance 5ti tnd tod NORTH LETHBRIDQE GOSPEL HALL (lute 5th Avo H Baptist Church) Speaker John Jtafr 6S5 13th SI N Sunday School 3 4 p m Kvcnlng Service, 7 3D Gospel by Mr Wednesday at t f.o.. Mth Claw Snjd.yn at s To Brfed ill Mneabraaft of Lord's Math, aid at 7SO pnj -To Proclala ,OM( Tldiao KrnaMofn of ded (o ,jjjt Sunday, 11 an, I aad 1 M r Sunday School, t pn Mcnday, Thnrsdsy, I tm. Tuesday, 7 M p B., Cadets t pra Hosot IMKt 8pm Ufs fcvto ttovU art The Baatd and Mrs. ;